11 thoughts on “8/06/12 Daniel Ellsberg”

  1. Curtis

    No new episodes are showing up in iTunes — nothing after 7/27/12. I have to go to your website and download mp3s manually. Tried subscribing again, but no luck.

  2. IP Khalifa

    U$banderz plan is to kill as much arabMujahedoon as possible then bribe the rest as “OlammaOFnothing” with $10000 and if all else fails nuke them the Hershima way. SyriaMujehedeen is ABODz Blackwater died members & Tantawiarmy is BribedTILLdeath so we r left with MOZA Qgamincc ANDor Bu$h Ngamblincc.

  3. Claus-Erik Hamle

    According to Professor J. Edward Anderson they get irritated in the Pentagon if you mention Nuclear Winter. They don

  4. Craig George

    Wow, you got one of my favorite guests to stay for two additional segments. I love you. I donated $100 because I love the show and because you made my day. Keep up the great work, and if you could keep Pepe Escobar and Eric Margolis for additional segments like this I would appreciate it.


  5. Orville H. Larson

    Harry Truman–the failed haberdasher, the “Senator from Pendergast”–was a war criminal for ordering the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Of course, there was no Nuremberg-type gig for Truman. Why? Well, he was on the side that won. That makes all the difference, don’t you know. . . .

    1. Jake

      Do you think we could drop all the nasty campaign rhetoric; that election is way behind us. I’m wondering how you would have felt about using the bomb if your sorry ass had been sitting in a LCI waiting to be part of the first wave to hit a Japanese beach.

  6. Claus-Erik Hamle

    The US Navy can track and destroy all enemy submarines simultaneously according to Bob Aldridge-www.plrc.org. Bob Aldridge on the missiles in Eastern Europe, “Whether they are on ships or land, they are still a necessary component for an unanswerable first strike”.

  7. paul w

    The terroristic, political firebombings didnt start in Japan as suggested by Dr Ellsberg. The so-called “strategic, military target”cities of Germany were firebombed well before March 1945. Hopefully Dr. Ellsberg is “extremely uneasy” with the thousands of women, children and babies murdered by American and British carpetbombing in those cities as well.

  8. JB

    Even though there might have been a missile gap in ’59, most nuclear devices were airdropped, so just because the Soviets had only 4 ICBMs, they could have had 1,000 nuclear devices loaded on 200 bombers ready to take off at a moment’s notice.

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